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Decimals in Functional Expressions

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When the result of a functional expression is a numeric value, the result contains as many decimal places as are found in the arguments of the function.

If the function has several arguments with varying numbers of decimal places, the result takes on the number of decimal places found in the argument with the most decimal places.

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